Acne: Its Etiology, Pathology and Treatment

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Churchill, 1885 - Acne - 280 pages
 

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Page i - Acne, its Etiology, Pathology, and Treatment. A Practical Treatise, based on the Study of one thousand five hundred Cases of Sebaceous Disease. By L. DUNCAN BULKLEY, AM, MD...
Page 151 - DUCKWORTH found that they chiefly implicated the superficial layer of the cutis vera. The papillary layer at the affected part was flattened out, stretched, and even excavated, and contained a large number of small cells and a quantity of newly formed fibrous tissue.
Page 7 - January 1, 1845, with a punctured wound from a joiner's chisel in the calf at the junction of the upper with the middle third of the leg, and a little to the inner side of the mesial line — arterial and venous blood flowed in quantity.
Page 90 - 12 to 18 inches in length, and from a quarter of an inch to an inch " or more in diameter. Combined with the usual sweetness of " liquurice root, this variety has a feebly bitter taste.
Page 212 - Malpighii was very thick, with mostly large and wellformed cells. In some parts, however, the nuclei were shrunken and deformed, or entirely absent, leaving vacuoles. The papillae were enlarged in length and breadth, and contained many round and fusiform cells. The sebaceous glands were not much altered except that the nuclei of the cells were indistinct, and did not imbibe carmine readily. In many cases the nuclei were shriveled or absent. The margins of the cells were irregular. Some of the glands...
Page 239 - ... continued through the season of 1900 and a few more facts were established which add to our knowledge of the disease. EFFECTS OF THE DISEASE AND APPEARANCE OF AFFECTED PARTS. >A brief discussion of the work of the fungus and the appearance of cankered limbs will not be out of place at this time; but for a fuller discussion of the subject the reader is referred to the former bulletin.
Page 78 - We have thus seen that acne is not a local affection, but that it has internal relations which are often of the greatest importance. While the eruption in certain instances may be developed by local agencies, and may sometimes result from local skin debility or disordered gland action, in a large share of cases general and constitutional derangements can be demonstrated with which the lesions...

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